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sitcom

(ˈsɪtkɑm)
n. a situation comedy as found on television. (see also kid-vid.) These sitcoms are made for juvenile minds.
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In addition to being an economic activity, the sitcom also serves filmmakers or videographers in a social or didactic function, and especially for the generation of young people born after 1990, sometimes called the "generation consciente ou citoyenne", or "socially conscious generation".
It is a legendary sitcom and they would have just wanted to keep it that way.
Sitcoms that make me smile are varied and various: 'Allo 'Allo, Blackadder, Fools and Horses, Fawlty Towers, Hi De Hi and Father Ted.
We've joined in the debate with our list of Top 10 British sitcoms.
Watching episodes of the 8+ sitcoms on television this Ramadan, I found myself maintaining a straight face throughout, never cracking so much as a smile, counting down the slowest 20 minutes of each day.
A paltry seven sitcoms were given the green light in 2004, thus reflecting the impact of years of intensively-produced American imports and British ineptitude, not helped by the demise of Thames Television as rival to inspire the BBC.
According to the formula, Only Fools And Horses is the funniest sitcom of all time, with 696 points, followed by The Office and Father Ted
It is important to point out that the only ones facing the off-net sitcom problem are TV stations that used to be independent and are now part of station groups and affiliated with smaller networks; in effect, more than 300 TV stations nationwide.
Hey, if someone actually decides to turn Bear Cub into a regular sitcom, I'll even kick in the title: Bearly Tolerable.
Dawn presents this look at the world of the sitcom.
The researcher had just shown the scientists a clip from the sitcom Seinfeld to illustrate how his group investigates the brain's response to humor.
EUTELSAT, one of the leading providers of satellite communications solutions, and SITCOM the content production and distribution company, today announced that they have signed a strategic agreement to develop SITCOM's international business activities and its portfolio of broadband multimedia services.
EVERYONE loves a laugh, and a good TV sitcom will give you just that.
Send two 1990s teenagers back into a 1950s sitcom and what do you get?
On the one hand, they do indeed diverge radically from the classic professional career/family-based sitcom we have come to know and love/hate.